Newest Research: Burdenko Method Proven to Help Multiple Sclerosis (MS) As many of you know, I suffered with chronic pain and physical limitations. Thankfully, once I learned the Burdenko Method, within months, I was relieved of the pain and living my life again. Two years later, I was back to work, walking, running, and dancing without any pain! During that time I co-authored the book, Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury that includes the Burdenko Method. I also went on radio and TV letting people know that the Burdenko Method can change your life.
As mentioned in my previous blogs, March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. I want to bring awareness to the fact that sleep problems can be a result of a brain injury, such as concussion (mild traumatic brain injury). Common complaints I hear…
Not a day goes by that you do not hear about some disasters or tragedies going on in the world. Where has all the kindness, caring, compassion and empathy gone? It’s taken a backseat, but no longer. Read more about the “I Care” movement and join Dr. Diane to make a difference.
If you are a parent of a child with ADD or ADHD, every day is a struggle caring for your child as well as the rest of the family. The book, 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD, by Cindy Goldrich, presents a great overview and explanation of ADD and ADHD. Read Dr Diane’s review on Goldrich’s book here.
If you’re tired of taking the same medicines that just don’t work, get drug-free relief with the CES Oasis Pro!
Several weeks ago, I was sitting with one of my patients that has severe attachment disturbance, and upon reading one of my psychology books I found…
Not the villain it is made out to be, cholesterol is actually a vital nutrient for human health.
Over the past year, I’ve been a member of countless support groups on various social media sites, such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. One of the most notable factors amongst these groups is that people are searching and seeking answers to help them regain their life again after a brain injury.
It’s that time of year here in New England. We had our first snowfall of the season over the weekend. In addition, it’s also cold and Flu season. And I’m feeling it. Today I was miserable with cold or Flu symptoms and remembered what I need to do and thought I would share with you.